My daughter, Kinsley, absolutely LOVES to dress up. Whether it be a princess or a police officer, she is always ready to break out her acting skills. Since her dress up collection is starting to get a bit large, I wanted to get her something that would help keep everything organized. This Dress Up Cubby Center from Guidecraft is perfect! Although it came unassembled, I was able to set it up without any help in about 30 minutes. It is made with solid wood so it is a bit heavy (40 lbs), however it is EXTREMELY sturdy. It is also finished with a child-safe polyurethane finish and an acrylic mirror. Once assembled, this dress up cubby center is about 23″W x 42″H x 23.5″D. It is the perfect size for my daughter’s room and doesn’t take up a ton of space. The dress up cubby center features a top shelf, two exterior knobs, a clothes bar, a bottom shelf, and a full length inset mylar mirror. I used the top shelf to place my daughter’s crowns, hats, and accessories. It was able to hold quite a bit and is the perfect height for her to grab them herself. I used the exterior knobs to hold my daughter’s purses and used the bottom shelf to hold her dress up shoes. The inside hanger is fairly large, so we have PLENTY of room for more dresses and costumes. The full length inset mylar mirror was the biggest shocker to me because it wasn’t made out of glass. I was scared it would look like a funhouse mirror, but it was crystal clear! I’m actually relieved that the mirror is not made of glass because my daughter is clumsy and might break it. I can tell that this was made with children’s’ safety in mind. This Dress Up Cubby Center from Guidecraft is definitely every girly-girl’s dream closet and I can’t wait to buy more dresses and accessories to fill this cubby up!
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